This place began as a wooden church in the early years of the 19th century and, over the years, evolved into a stone cathedral. It was destroyed by fire in 1913 and later rebuilt. It has a gothic appearance and can be seen towering above other buildings in town. It is huge in area being 271 feet in length and 90 feet in width. One can wander inside and gaze at the majesty and splendor of the basilica.
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